I have a 1989 Plymouth Voyager SE Turbo and it's amazing. At 126,500 miles, it's still going strong. Had a few minor problems this year with it, but you have to expect chronic maintenance on an older vehicle. The Transmission has been leaking recently, but after changing the seals a few times it seems to be fine. The Turbo is very powerful and it still gets almost 300 miles to the tank of gas. Not bad for an old van. I love my voyager.
My voyager has run strong for the past couple of years I have owned it. We had the head rebuilt last year, and that seemed to fix all of the problems, up until last week. We are now having troubles with the head again, but oddly enough not from overheating. Wish me luck!
I own this car, and at 156.8 miles, Shes still running fine. The running costs are high, but it's worth it for such a good car. I recommend this car, if you can find one in good shape. It's still a great van!
I had also just purchased a Plymouth Voyager Turbo Minivan with the 5 speed, from the second owner who owned the mini since 1994.
My purchase was only $500 dollars due to the faded paint, and rear axle snapping in half due to rust. But being here in the rust belt Northeast, I'm amazed that the van lasted this long with 248,000 miles on the odometer.
The only real repair besides regular maintenance needed was the clutch, that gave out 5 years ago, and the owner is very easy with the shifting.
The motor was all original, never taken apart, only routine work done, and has no leaks whatsoever.
I am a member of the local Turbo Dodge Mopar club online, and will be doing all the updates and repairs with the help of friends online.
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